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. for marine corporal megan levy not even distance could break the powerful bond between this handler and her dog rex. >> i knew that i wanted to adopt rex. he was a great working dog. >> their bond was forged at camp pendleton in california around on the battlefields of iraq. >> i got to do a lot of things that i know not many other female marines got to do. >> in december of 2006 while on patrol during their second deployment the lives of these two marines changed forever. >> we were clearing the road and some insurgents were watching us from a roof top a little ways away and when we got to a certain point they detonated an ied that was buried in the road. i was knock unconscious and thrown a couple of feet. when i woke up i was like please, be on the end of the leash and don't be hurt. rex hurt his right shoulder so he had a hard time walking. we both have like post traumatic stress from iraq. he was really a changed dog after that. >> megan suffer ised a traumatic brain injury from the attack. after recovering she retired from the marines and moved back home to new york. >> i tried to ado
. >> this is chelsea! there's no question, this is the best part of christmas. >> that was megan fitzgerald reporting. i don't think chelsea will get free time at home. >> they come together every year to do this and welcome all the troops home. it would be so awesome if we could do that at airports across the country, and during this time we especially keep their servicemen in our hearts and minds for everything that they do. >> maybe that will inspire others to do it. >>> it's the end of an era, after 21 years and more than 7,000 shows together, and the original wiggles are saying good-bye. they took the stage for their final concert together. this was last night in australia. anthony is staying in the band, but three new recruits will join him. the original wiggles say they had the most amazing time together and everybody is going to miss the original group. >>> the time is 9:26. we have a lot of early risers up and getting on the road this morning. >> that's right, so next we will check out travel conditions in our area for those coming and going out of our region right now. >>> and an unfortunat
. this is the best part of christmas. >> what a great christmas present. that was megan fitzgerald reporting. >> it would be so great if they could do that for every troop coming home across the nation, and they say they definitely plan to continue this. >>> the shootings in connecticut sparked a nationwide movement to help others. >> here's a gift card to dunkin' doughnuts. i thought who couldn't use a cup of coffee more than a truck driver. >> ann curry suggested 20 acts of kindness, and something as small as paying for a customer behind you at the coffee shop. head over to our facebook page or tweet us. >> it's inspiring to see the people taking it seriously. >> some man said he started holding the door for more people which is something you don't think about every day, and it does make a difference. >> very heartwarming. >>> the "today" show is next on nbc 4 at 8:00. >>> coming up on sunday morning on "today," it's the mad dash for last-minute gifts. two shopping days left until christmas, and malls and stores across the country, i think we can say with a fair amount of certainly will be
you walk through the door. megan bringel reports how they use those reports might surprise you. >> reporter: before you walk into a restaurant you typically know what you want. >> i hike a booth, close and personal. >> i would like my coke with no ice. >> unprocessed food, vegetarian. >> reporter: now, thanks to technology the restaurants may know it, too. >> it was all in the mind of an owner or materde what you wanted to eat and drink now it could be in the computer. >> reporter: many restaurants are keeping detailed records of their customers, ready to pull up and use the moment you walk through the door. idea is simple. the more they know the better they can serve. >> who does not like to go into a restaurant, greeted by name, maybe shown to their favorite tables. >> reporter: open table is one of those companies that provides data base software to restaurants. the information collected can run the gamet. >> it can contain birthdays, anniversaries, could contain no teugzs about allergies or dietary restrictions or favorite cocktail and bottle of wine. these records can
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